COMING SOON: LOT'S OF STUFF ABOUT OLIVER GOLDSMITH
Described as the jester in Johnson's court, ridiculed by almost everyone he met and still, as a writer, never out of print.
A man of petty jealousy and great generosity, a man who described himself as 'the most ludicrous thing in the world' - and most of the world agreed.
Reviews of his novel, 'The Vicar of Wakefield' his periodicals, 'The Bee' and 'The Citizen of the World'
Biographical details and anecdotes.
General Goldsmith lovin'